The most common injuries in soccer that cause athletes to miss time are ligament injuries (such as injuries to the knees and ankles) and muscle strains (usually to the hamstrings or groin). The most common injury varies based on the level of play and player we’re talking about—for elite, ultra-competitive leagues, the most common injury […]Read More
Paramount Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Clinic is dedicated to providing the general public with physical therapy interventions with an emphasis on manual therapy. Our treatment approach incorporates education, exercise, manual therapy, modalities and acupuncture, in order to effectively and efficiently reintegrate individuals into sport and regular activities of daily life. Our staff is committed to actively working in a partnership with the patient to ensure a positive rehabilitation experience while maintaining the highest quality of services provided.
We will be recognized as one of the best in manual therapy based treatment in the Brampton community for years to come. Our clinic will establish itself as the facility of choice for athletes, insurance companies, physicians and residents of Northwest Brampton. We will be at the cutting edge of manual therapy and continue to be heavily involved in community events establishing ourselves as an important part of the Brampton community. We will work to ensure that residents of Brampton are aware of what physiotherapy is and the services we can provide them.
Concussions are common injuries in contact sports, but can be suffered from any kind of collision that either involves an impact to the head or jostles you around. The science of concussions and head injuries has evolved significantly over the last 15 years or so. While we still don’t know anywhere near everything there is […]Read More
Physical therapy after knee replacement surgery is a crucial part of your recovery. It’s recommended to knee replacement patients for faster healing, both physically and mentally, but for the best results, treatment should begin immediately after surgery. This is because recovery can take several months. To get patients back to a normal active life, physical […]Read More
You may be wondering whether physical therapy after knee replacement surgery is necessary. The answer is yes, especially since it can help decrease pain and increase mobility. And because the goal is to get people back to their normal selves as soon as possible—standing, walking and bending—doctors will want their knee replacement patients to start […]Read More
Serious spinal cord injuries can result in paralysis. But there are plenty of other consequences to the body that do not get quite as much attention, including problems with the bladder, bowels, sexual function, cardiovascular system and respiratory system. People with spinal cord injuries are especially susceptible to renal complications later in life, not to […]Read More